An iterative procedure for the inversion of two-dimensional ion/photoelectron imaging experiments
Rev. Sci. Instrum. , Volume 72 p. 4084- 4089
We present an iterative method for the extraction of velocity and angular distributions from two-dimensional (2D)ion/photoelectron imaging experiments. This method is based on the close relationship which exists between the initial 3D angular and velocity distribution and the measured 2D angular and radial distributions, and gives significantly better results than other inversion procedures which are commonly used today. Particularly, the procedure gets rid of the center-line noise which is one of the main artifacts in many current ion/photoelectron imaging experiments.
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Vrakking, M. J. J. (2001). An iterative procedure for the inversion of two-dimensional ion/photoelectron imaging experiments. Rev. Sci. Instrum., 72, 4084–4089.